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Wall Street Earnings Estimates May Not Fortell Currency Impact

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Estimating the currency impact is like playing darts with a blindfold, says one analyst.

Women's Internal Networks Boost Bottom Line, FWA Says

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Women's associations within businesses support women's goals, but need to evolve further, according to survey.

Hedge Fund Investors Seek Hungry Managers As Old Guard Fails

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Frustrated with the mediocre performance of some of the industry’s old guard, investors hoping for higher returns are writing checks to a handful of new funds.

Former SEC Chair Lauds Whistleblower Payouts

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Former SEC Chairman Mary Schapiro said Tuesday two of the biggest gains the five-year old Dodd-Frank financial reform act gave the SEC were the ability to regulate hedge funds and give rewards to...

JPMorgan Executives Deposed In SEC Asset-Management Probe

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The SEC reportedly is looking at whether the asset-management unit at the bank developed a policy to improperly steer clients into investments for JPMorgan’s own financial gain.

How To Attract Women To The Advisory Field

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The inaugural Invest in Women conference, sponsored by Financial Advisor magazine, opened Monday in Las Vegas with some spirited discussion about what it will take to get more women into the advisory...

Advisor Network Brings $2B To LPL's RIA Platform

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LPL Financial announced today that the Center for Wealth Planning (CWP), a nationwide network of independent advisors, has joined its RIA custodial platform.

RIA Mergers, Acquisitions Fueling Growth, Schwab Says

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There were 54 completed RIA merger and acquisition transactions in 2014, matching the total deals completed in 2013, according to Schwab Advisor Services.

Tilton's Patriarch Partners Accused Of $200M Fraud By SEC

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Financial advisor Lynn Tilton has been accused by the SEC of improperly collecting $200 million in fees by misstating the value of pooled corporate loans.

Alternative Investors Failing To Diversify, Experts Warn

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Financial advisors are defeating the diversification advantage of alternatives by focusing their clients’ money in too few funds, experts told attendees of an Insured Retirement Institute seminar.

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